First Look: ODDA

October 18th, 2013 |Posted by models.com

Since its launch just over a year ago, ODDA Magazine has continued to deliver fresh, avant-garde fashions for both men and women, and as we expected, the latest issue delivers just that and more. ODDA offers two covers for issue number 5 featuring Polish beauty Magdalena Jasek in Margiela and handsome Tyler Maher in Prada. The always-unpredictable content ranges from innovative and edgy to playful and quirky. Interviews with designers, from the iconic Yohji Yamamoto to the inimitable Christian Lacroix to current creatives Kris Van Assche, Thom Browne and Gaia Trussardi give the magazine that extra jolt of fashion. Sneak a peek at our favorite stories below. ODDA goes worldwide on October 28th— certainly an issue that can’t be missed.

Text by Victoria Perillo

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Tyler Maher by Juan Martin, styled by David Martin

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Magdalena Jasek by Piotr Porebsky, styled by Marek Adamski

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Guerrino Santulliana and Justin Sterling by Emmanuel Giraud, styling by Simon Pylyser

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Aiden Andrews and Ben Allen by Aline & Jacqueline Tappia, styling by Alba Melendo

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Interview with Dalianah Arekion

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Sylvia Van der Klooster by Zeb Daemen, styled by Yasmina Benabdelkrim

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Frederik Ruegger by Jason Mickle, styled by Raul Guerrero

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Louis Steyaert by Juan Martin, styled by David Martin

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Lukas Katinas and Chris Bunn by Omar Macchiavelli, styled by Marco Manni

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Ali Stephens by Arnaldo Anaya Lucca (De Facto), styled by Marcus Teo (De Facto)

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Matt Trethe and Marine Hein by Juan Martin, styled by David Martin

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Rose Smith and Noam Frost by An Le, styling by Julien Alleyne

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Yulia Kharlapanova by Shirley Yu, styling by Yasmina Benabdelkrim

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Pagan Poetry

August 20th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

There is nothing like a pleasant surprise to get the season started right. The September issue of V comes with a staggering special supplement that focuses on the cerebral beauties at Women & Supreme Management management. The lengthy portfolio by  Paul Rowland re-imagines 19 of the industry’s most captivating faces as pagans – complete with flowers, insects, slabs of serrated flesh and of course, blood. The end result is raw, hypnotic and about a thousand times more interesting than most of the covers we’ve seen this September. Seeing Alana Zimmer, Alla Kostromichova, Behati Prinsloo, Christina Kruse, Daiane Conterato, Darya Kurovska, Georgina Stojiljkovic, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Hannelore Knuts, Iris Strubegger, Isabeli Fontana, Meghan Collison, Mina Cvetkovic, Natasa Vojnovic, Ranya Mordanova, Rose Cordero, Suvi Koponen, Valentina Zeliaeva and Yulia Kharlapanova in this new light highlights not only the versatility of the girls but also the sheer reserves of talent that can be found at these two powerhouse agencies.

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Christina, Hannelore, Meghan

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Hanne, Alana, Rose

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Yulia, Darya, Natasa

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Behati, Isabeli, Alla

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Georgina

V61 Special Edition Covers by Paul Rowland, backstage shot of Supreme/Women Girls from Supreme Management on Vimeo.

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Girls Aloud

January 12th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

While supermodels and assorted other old-hats may be dominating the campaigns this season modeling’s freshest faces are still sitting pretty. Anna Gushina takes a luxe hippy turn for Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti and looks every bit the alluring gypsy. Katrin Thormann, puts her classic good looks to good use for Mulberry’s retro campaign. The stunning German teen is the picture of 60s sweetness. Moschino’s trademark humor is brought to life by Yulia Kharlapanova, who plays it serious and then hilarious in a cheeky ad that displays her talent for drama.

Ph: Mark Segal for Philosophy

Steven Meisel for Mulberry

Patrick Demarchelier for Moschino

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Yulia Opens Jil

September 23rd, 2008 |Posted by Janelle

Milan’s first star is born! Women Management’s Yulia Kharlapanova put her graceful austerity to good use opening Jil Sander. Yulia’s combination of personality and beauty have made her a coveted choice this season.

Yulia Kharlapanova | Images Courtesy Women Management

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